On second thought, perhaps invoke-rc.d should treat a systemd disabled
service the same way as one done through the policy-rc.d mechanism.
Whichever way, the correct behaviour should be decided package-wide by
the invoke-rc.d wrapper, so I'm reassigning to init-system-helpers.

** Changed in: freeradius (Ubuntu)
       Status: Invalid => New

** Changed in: freeradius (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Low => Undecided

** Package changed: freeradius (Ubuntu) => init-system-helpers (Ubuntu)

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  postinst fails if the service is disabled via systemd

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